2001's 007: Agent Under Fire is one of the first non-movie tie-in James Bond games and the first to play out like a full bond game, and surprisingly it's one of the most balls-out fun titles in James' gaming history. Agent Under Fire is a true-to-heart Bond pastiche: guns and gadgets, witty one-liners and sexual innuendos, and explosions out any orifice of your choice. Even the orchestral stings are having the time of their lives (hence the thread title). The game isn't the most challenging game you'll pick up, but damned if you're not satisfied by the experience.
Storywise: James is called in to aid a captured American agent in Hong Kong, and he soon finds himself involved in a diabolical scheme that may or may not require watching the edited version of the LP videos at least once.
Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive